Enjoy this slideshow of some of our activities from mid-June to mid-October 2017.
Field trips are an important part of our training classes (where each year 20-50 people take 100 hours of training in order to become SWS members)
This fall, the 2017 class took a field trip to the Stilliguamish River, learning about log jams from Tamera Neuffer, education outreach coordinator of the Stillaguamish Tribe.
Each summer, SWS Camano and Whidbey volunteers gather for an annual picnic -- to share fun, laughter, great food and views, and a hike in the surrounding environment.
This August, we met at the Picnic Shelter at Camano Island State Park.